This will be a bit of a newbie question, but I need to know how to do it. I have a callmanger 3.12c system with Unity 3.1.1. I have an auto-attendant set up to give people an option to hit 1 to go to a particular dept., 2 go to another etc... if the caller hits 5, they go to the directory handler. when they look up a user, I would like all calls to be transferred to the appropriate user's phone. if they are not there, it should THEN roll over in to their voicemail box. At this time, any time a caller dials an extension from within the auto-attendant or if they find a user within the directory, they are immediatly transferred to the user's voicemail box. How do I change the default action? I am sure that there is something simple, but I don't know where to look.
Check the subscriber settings to make sure the Call Transfer settings are set to "Yes, Ring Subscriber's Extension" for the option: Transfer incoming calls to subscriber phone. It might be set to "No (send directly to subscriber's greeting), which would directly send a call to voicemail rather than ringing the phone.
Yes, you can use Bulk Edit Utility. If you have Unity 3.1.4 Bulk Edit will be installed under \CommServer\Utilities. Select the subscribers you want to change (all in your case), then navigate to the Transfer Tab. The first option - Enable Transfer - will let you change the behavior. Set this to True and then finish the process. There is a very handy Help file installed in case you have more questions on this utility.
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